Expert Guide

Wildlife Conservation

Rachel McShane

Adjunct Faculty, Science

Conservation biology, zoology, primatology, animal behavioral ecology, park management, human-wildlife conflict, hazardous waste management, environmental regulations and site remediation. McShane previously worked as an environmental scientist with a consulting firm specializing in environmental engineering. Her 2008 master’s thesis was on the human-wildlife conflict around a protected montane rainforest in Rwanda.

Master of Science, environmental science, Antioch University New England; Bachelor of Arts, anthropology and biology, Whitman College.

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